Tony Egbuna Ford (Cont’d)

Tony Egbuna FordThis type of contamination of evidence is a ploy used by many police forces around the world, and is designed to bolster their attempts to paint the ‘victim’ in a negative light.

Rachael added, “The police have not stored this clothing correctly either – it has just been sitting in a drawer with other evidence and so the risk that it has been ‘contaminated’ and we won’t get a strong enough or clear enough result is high.”

“We can only pray that despite all the negative factors so far, that the testing gives a result which is more positive for us.”

Tony has maintained his innocence throughout his incarceration, and has used his great skill at art and poetry to portray his feelings. Tony has been quoted as saying; “They” say that a picture is worth a thousand words.

“In other words, you can get at least a thousand (or more) interpretations behind the meaning of each picture viewed; Well, this picture of my reality that I drew bodes the same effect, only I want it to do more than give an interpretation of my reality. I want people to know that without a doubt, this is my reality. Only I’m not dead yet.”

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Follow-up News:

The Night Before, as told by Tony Egbuna Ford
4 August 2018

Texas Prison inmate – Tony Egbuna Ford
date unknown

While you were sleeping(Word file)
Article written by Tony Ford

A Letter from Rachael Ford (PDF file)
“An innocent man is about to be murdered”
We know the date. We know the time.
We know the location this crime will occur.
Now imagine this man was someone you knew. Someone you loved.
Does this knowledge make you want to act?
Does it make you want to prevent this crime?
This innocent man is my husband, Tony Egbuna Ford.

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